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Men & Women T20 Cricket has been included in 2022 Asian Games | 2022 involves cricket in the Asiad, men's and women's T-20 matches

               The 19th Asian Games will take place from Hangzhou in China from September 10 to 25, 2022.

new Delhi. 2022 Asian Games will also be compared to cricket. The 19th Asian Games will take place from September 10, 2022 to 25 September 2022 in Hangzhou, the capital of Xiying Province of China. Indian Olympic Association (IOA) general secretary Rajiv Mehta has given this information Hangzhou is the third city in China, where Asian Games will be. Earlier in 1990, Beijing and Asian Games were played in Guangzhou in 2010.

According to Rajiv Mehta, matches of male and female T20 cricket will be played in 2022 Asiad. To include cricket in the Asiad, the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) wrote a letter to the IOA. However, there have been two cricket competitions in the Asian Games so far, but both men and women teams of India did not participate.

Cricket matches for the third time in the Asiad

Men's and women's cricket events were held in Guangzhou and 2014 in Incheon Asiad 2010. In 2010, Bangladesh won men's and Pakistan's women's title. Right in 2014, Sri Lanka's men and Pakistan women's team became champion.

11 teams in 2010 participated

Men and women from Bangladesh, Afghanistan, Pakistan, Sri Lanka, China, Hong Kong, Malaysia, Nepal and Maldives and Pakistan, Bangladesh, Japan, China, Nepal, Thailand, Hong Kong and Malaysia women's cricket teams participated in the 2010 Asiad.

13 cricket teams participated in 2014

Women's teams from Sri Lanka, Afghanistan, Bangladesh, Hong Kong, Kuwait, Malaysia, Nepal, South Korea, China and Maldives and Pakistan, Bangladesh, Sri Lanka, China, Hong Kong, Japan, Nepal, Thailand, Malaysia and South Korea have won the 2014 Asiad Had participated in.

                
                
            

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